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Born: 08 May, 1926
TV Series Starring David Attenborough
Attenborough's Life in Colour
The natural world is full of colours. For us, they are a source of beauty, but for animals they are a tool for survival. David Attenborough reveals the extraordinary ways in which animals use colour: to win a mate, to fight off rivals and to warn enemies. In India, peacocks dazzle females with magnificent tail feathers; a tiny hummingbird in the deserts of North America unfurls his spectacular headdress as he dances for a mate; and in the darkness of a rainforest, powerful mandrill baboons signal their status with red and blue face masks, while tiny frogs warn of deadly poisons with brilliant colours.
The Mating Game (2021)
Finding a mate isn't just about love - the survival of an entire species could depend on it. Sir David Attenborough reveals spectacular scenes of courting and companionship.
The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet
Led by Prince William, founder of The Earthshot Prize, and featuring Sir David Attenborough and other members of the Earthshot Prize Council including singer Shakira Mebarak and footballer Dani Alves, The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet looks past the problems we face and onto the solutions that promise to deliver us all a sustainable world in which both nature and humanity can thrive.
A Perfect Planet
Perfect Planet ia a unique fusion of blue chip natural history and earth sciences explaining how the living planet operates. This five part series shows how the forces of nature - weather, ocean currents, solar energy and volcanoes - drive, shape and support Earth's great diversity of life.
The ambitious four-year project has been filmed in 50 countries across all the continents of the world, with over 600 members of crew capturing more than three and a half thousand filming days, and focuses on the breadth of the diversity of habitats around the world, from the remote Arctic wilderness and mysterious deep oceans to the vast landscapes of Africa and diverse jungles of South America.
Seven Worlds, One Planet
Narrated by Emmy®-winner Sir David Attenborough, Seven Worlds, One Planet is a brand new ambitious seven-part landmark nature docu-series. Each one-hour episode will transport viewers to a single continent and tell the story of its spectacular wildlife and iconic landscapes. Millions of years ago incredible forces ripped apart the Earth's crust creating seven extraordinary continents.
This series will reveal how each distinct continent has shaped the unique animal life found there. We will discover why Australasia is full of peculiar and venomous wildlife; why North America is a land of opportunity where pioneers succeed; and what the consequences are for life racing to compete on the richest of all continents, South America.
Each episode of Dynasty follows individual animals - lions, hunting dogs, chimpanzees, tigers, and emperor penguins - at the most critical period in their lives. Each is a ruler - a leader of their family, their troop, their pride - each determined to hold on to power and protect their family, their territory and their dynasty.
Blue Planet II
The BBC has announced that world renowned naturalist Sir David Attenborough is to present Blue Planet II, the brand new seven part landmark series from the multi-award winning BBC Studios Natural History Unit, which will be broadcast later this year on BBC One.
Planet Earth II
Planet Earth II is a 2016 British nature documentary series produced by the BBC as a sequel to the highly successful Planet Earth television series, which aired a decade earlier, in 2006.
The series is presented and narrated by Sir David Attenborough with the score composed by Hans Zimmer.
Attenborough's Passion Projects
As part of a season of programming marking Sir David Attenborough's 90th birthday, four of his favourite films are brought together as the renowned naturalist looks back on his personal highlights.
David Attenborough's Wild City
A natural history event like no other, Wild City will reveal the hidden wild inside the Lion City. Deploying the latest filmmaking techniques and narrated by natural history legend Sir David Attenborough, this three part series will be an awakening for the eyes and the mind. See Singapore like never before!
The Hunt (2015)
This major landmark series looks in detail at the fascinating relationship between predators and their prey. Rather than concentrating on 'the blood and guts' of predating, the series looks in unprecedented detail at the strategies predators use to catch their food and prey use to escape death. Sir David Attenborough narrates.
Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough
Following his visit to the Great Barrier Reef in 1957, naturalist and broadcaster David Attenborough returns and uses the latest filming techniques to unlock the secrets of the natural wonder.
David Attenborough's Conquest of the Skies
Conquest Of The Skies, the latest landmark series from David Attenborough tells the story of nature's greatest aeronauts and the intricate engineering that has allowed them to conquer the skies.
This show is narrated by David Attenborough who tells of the journey through life. From the moment we are born we are set on taking a journey - a journey that unites every animal on the planet. The series follows six crucial stages: first steps, growing up, finding a home, gaining power, winning a mate and succeeding as a parent.
Africa is a documentary series which sees David Attenborough taking a journey through the vast and diverse continent of Africa taking a look at it like it has never been seen before.
Micro Monsters with David Attenborough
It s a small world after all. In this revolutionary new series, David Attenborough reveals the marvellous adaptability of the most successful group of animals on the planet. Using pioneering macroscopic filmmaking techniques, he explores in unparalleled detail the intricate, sophisticated behaviours of these fascinating creatures and the complexity of the environments they build and inhabit, in a world normally hidden from the human eye. From armies of killer ants to spiders weaving silken trap doors, ferocious scorpions with paralysing stings, beetles shooting boiling chemicals at their enemies, bees communicating with a waggle dance and assassin bugs that clothe themselves in their victims corpses; David Attenborough will as never before take viewers deep into the macroscopic world of bugs.
Attenborough: 60 Years in the Wild
Over three very personal films, Sir David Attenborough looks back at the unparalleled changes in natural history that he has witnessed during his 60-year career.
Set in the Arctic and Antarctic, the BBC documentary Frozen Planet will explore the impacts of climate change on arctic species like polar bears and arctic wolves.
Over 80% of Madagascar's animals and plants are found nowhere else on Earth. Discover what made Madagascar so different from the rest of the world, and how evolution ran wild there.
First Life with David Attenborough
In fifty years of broadcasting, Sir David Attenborough has traveled the globe to document the living world in all its wonder. Now, in the landmark series First Life, he goes back in time in search of the very first animals.
First Life is told with stunning photography, state of the art visual effects and the captivating charm of the world's favorite naturalist.
David Attenborough's legendary BBC crew explains and shows wildlife all over planet earth in 10 episodes. The first is an overview the challenges facing life, the others are dedicated to hunting, the deep sea and various major evolutionary groups of creatures.
Nature's Great Events
This fantastic series from the BBC's renowned Natural History Unit combines the epic scale of Planet Earth and the intimate, emotional stories of charismatic animals as they struggle to survive. Using state of the art HD technology, these amazing programmes capture the Earth's most dramatic and epic wildlife spectacles and the intimate stories of the animals caught up in them.rnEvery year, around the world, seasonal changes transform entire landscapes and draw in millions of creatures as these great events unfold.
Life in Cold Blood
A study of the evolution and habits of amphibians and reptiles, it is the sixth and last of Attenborough's specialised surveys following his major trilogy that began with Life on Earth.
Visit some of the world's most breathtaking, faraway locales in this 11-part documentary series from the Discovery Channel. Shot in HD, this series is narrated by actress Sigourney Weaver and it originally aired in the UK.
Life in the Undergrowth
Invertebrates had been largely ignored by filmmakers in the past, due to the difficulties in filming them, but advances in lens and camera technology gave the makers an opportunity to film the creatures at their level. The series features a balance of everyday European invertebrates such as the wolf spider and housefly and more exotic varieties such as the redback spider of Australia and venomous centipedes of the Amazon. This was the first time that such animals had been photographed at such a high level of detail for television, and provided not only casual viewers but also scientists with a new understanding of certain species' behaviour.
The Life of Mammals
This is the fourth of David Attenborough's nature series exploring the complexities of various mammal species in the animal kingdom. The series features 10 episodes exploring in depth the day to day habits of mammals in the wild.
The Blue Planet
The BBC spent five years and $10 million to produce this landmark exploration of the ocean, a world we know less about than the moon. We go further out and deeper down to show you things that have never been seen before.
The Life of Birds
Following the BBC's "Private Life of Plants", Sir David Attenborough and the BBC bring us a 10 part look into the Life of Birds.
The Private Life of Plants
Sir David Attenborough reveals plants as they have never been seen before - on the move and dangerously devious. Each programme takes one of the major problems of life - growing, finding food, reproduction - and the varied ways plants have evolved to solve it.
Life in the Freezer
Life in the Freezer is a six part BBC documentary series about life in Antarctica and a natural history of one of the coldest places on Earth.
The Trials of Life
A study in animal behavior, it was the third in a trilogy of major series (beginning with Life on Earth) that took a broad overview of nature. Each of the episodes features a different aspect of the journey through life, from birth to adulthood and continuation of the species through reproduction.
Lost Worlds, Vanished Lives
The study of rocks and their ancient secrets was something of a boyhood passion for David Attenborough. In these programmes, his enthusiasm for the subject is undiminished. With the help of expert palaeontologists, fossil hunters and (for the time) modern animation techniques, Attenborough attempts to show how life evolved in Earth's distant past. To do so, he travels the globe to visit the world's most famous fossil sites.
The Living Planet
David Attenborough examines the various environments of the planet Earth on which life has produced amazing solutions to the problems it encounter while trying to survive.
Conceived by Sir David Attenborough in 1967, Natural World is the longest-running nature documentary series on British television. 2008 marked the series' 25th anniversary under its present title, though its origins can be traced back to its predecessor The World About Us which began over 40 years ago. Natural World is broadcast on BBC Two in the autumn and spring seasons, with 17 episodes commissioned by the BBC each year. Production duties are shared between its in-house Natural History Unit, independent UK production companies and leading wildlife filmmakers from around the world.
Life on Earth
British naturalist David Attenborough examines the diversity and origins of "life on earth". As is usual with David Attenborough's work, the camera work is outstanding and employed techniques which were ground-breaking in their day.